tschultz

About tschultz

Drive 4 Corners Event Coordinator. Involved in all facets of the Drive 4 Corners Event. I am an avid BMW enthusiast and enjoy driving my E28 and E24. I am enjoy meeting new people who are an enthusiastic about BMW's as I am. info@drive4corners.com

Spring is here and D4C 2017 is approaching!

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April has arrived, and 2017 is already one quarter complete. For us automotive enthusiasts, that means getting ready to bring our vehicles out of the garage for use in the winding mountain roads! It also means Drive 4 Corners on the calendar! What is Drive 4 Corners? Drive 4 Corners is the largest annual BMW … Continue reading

The History of Purgatory Resort and Ski Area

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 Purgatory Ski Area opened back in 1965, providing the town of Durango with a new ski area.  The ski area was the idea of Chet Anderson who worked for the Forest Service and Ray Duncan whose family was in the oil business.  The two were avid skiers and wanted to make the sport more accessible to … Continue reading

Drive 4 Corners 2016 Event Tee Available!

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2016 Event Tee – Drive 4 Corners Drive 4 Corners 2016 Event Tshirt Turning the clock back 28 years, the BMW M3 enjoyed one of its greatest motorsport victories when Patrick Snijers drove an E30 to win on the Manx Rally in 1988. As a tribute, this car is a feature for the 6th Annual … Continue reading

D4C Canvas and Cocktails 2016

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Do you enjoy drinking a nice glass of wine? What about listening to great music and socializing with friends? Or how about having someone personally teach you step by step how to make a beautiful piece of art for your home? Then come join your friends at this years amazing Drive4Corner’s “non car related” cars … Continue reading

Drive 4 Corners 2015 – A Premier Social Event

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Drive 4 Corners BMW Meet – A Premier Social Event My husband, Gary, and I bought our first BMW, a 328i hard top convertible, just before the Colorado flood of 2013. It stayed in our carport until the debris from the flood was cleaned up. During our self-imposed exile from driving, we were anxious to … Continue reading